Shunjin Ryu

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Indocyanine green (ICG) fluorescence for intestinal blood flow has been reported, but application during laparoscopic surgery for incarcerated inguinal hernia has not been reported. Here, we report the case of a patient with an incarcerated inguinal hernia in whom the bowel was preserved after evaluation of intestinal blood flow with ICG fluorescence using(More)
The aim of the study was to evaluate risk factors for small bowel obstruction (SBO) in early postoperative period after anterior resection for rectal cancer. Patients who underwent anterior resection (AR) [high AR (HAR) or low AR (LAR)] for rectal cancer between January 2009 and April 2016 were enrolled into the study after fulfilling selection criteria. In(More)
INTRODUCTION Visualization of the main artery watershed area may be useful for determining the area that should be resected in colorectal cancer surgery. Resection of the main artery watershed area may result in complete resection of lymph nodes along the main artery and area of potential ischemia. PRESENTATION OF CASE A man in his 60s with a chief(More)
After reduction of the incarceration during surgery for incarcerated hernia, intestinal blood flow (IBF) and the need for bowel resection must be evaluated. We report the case of a patient with incarcerated umbilical hernia in whom the bowel was preserved after evaluating IBF using indocyanine green (ICG) fluorescence. A woman in her 40s with a chief(More)
INTRODUCTION Indocyanine green (ICG) fluorescence has been reported for examining intestinal blood flow (IBF), but not in the case of bowel released from entrapment in a femoral hernia. We report the case of a patient with incarcerated obturator femoral hernia in whom the bowel was preserved after evaluation of IBF with ICG fluorescence using a brightfield(More)
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